If you have a free weekend next week, why not head down to one of London’s newest all-dayers; Soma Festival.
Hosted by promotion and management service Modern Age Music, there will be over 40 indie and alternative acts playing across four stages in Shoreditch on September 4th including headliners Broken Hands, Fuzzy Sun (featured above), Orchards and King Nun.
YouTuber, comic and all things music, Louise Schofield will be this year’s presenter at Soma Festival. She’ll also be hosting some tinterviews too so keep an eye out for some class content.
Deep in the heart of London’s hip and alternative neighbourhoods, Soma Fest proves to be a great night of live music.
Colours Hoxton, Werkhaus, Queen of Hoxton and Strongroom will be hosting a wide range of artists from punk, rock, indie, singer-songwriter and everything in between. They include local band On Video who have recently released a string of new tunes, Scotland’s rapid risers and ICM Ones to Watch 2021 artists Dead Pony and Birmingham outfit The Novus who dropped their debut EP in June.
Once the main event has come to a close, special guest DJ sets from Jack Wood (Radio X) and Charlie Ashcroft (Amazing Radio) will be on hand to provide more bangers until late.
Tier 1 tickets are currently still on sale for £20 so grab your tickets fast before it opens up to tier 2! https://www.somafestival.co.uk/
Featured image by Matt Eachus
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